Christian poetry, Christian articles, Christian poems

  1. Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch by PamFord Davis  
    'Meanwhile, back at the ranch People praised the LORD and slept with peace of mind.'

  2. Two Things about Atheism That Everyone Should Consider by Max Aplin  
    Atheists like Richard Dawkins can often be heard claiming that religion makes good people do bad things. However, in recent history many of the worst atrocities have been committed by atheists, and the fear of God motivates huge numbers of people to do what is right. If the physical universe is all that exists, no human being could ever have made a choice differently than they did, which means that it is illogical to blame anyone for anything. But we have a deep sense that people really are to blame for the evils they commit.

  3. Come Lean On Me by Dr. Henderson Ward  
    Yes, God created us upright, straight up, plumb and true, but interventions caused us to go out of plumb, we are no longer measuring up to God's precise requirements, and we are in danger of toppling over.

  4. Second Childhood by PamFord Davis  
    'My heavenly Father gave me a second chance at life. I took it.'

  5. DELIVER US lORD by Bruce McKerras  
    The Lord will save His people after He destroys His enemies.

  6. Love is better than Duty by Sue Darling  
    Doing things out of love lighten the burdens in life, but only doing things from duty is arduous.

  7. How To Live Your Statement of Faith by Dinora Garza  
    Statements of Faith are not a lifeless monument to our faith. Yet, we are accustomed to looking at them as if they had nothing do to with our lives. We seem to have forgotten that "faith" is action...

  8. Hope in Times of Discouragement by stephanie reck  
    KJV dictionary definition of discouragement is to extinguish the courage of; depress of spirits; to deject; to deprive of confidence or hope; to attempt to repress or prevent; to dissuade from.

  9. Three Cheers for Caleb by PamFord Davis  
    'Are you enthusiastic; do you have a zest for life?'

  10. Cure Your Troubled Heart by Dr. Henderson Ward  
    Everything that is happening, or will happen, is familiar with God, and he has most carefully set out for us, not just what will happen, but prepares us for their arrival, and how we are to respond to them.

  11. The Word of God and Forgiveness by Sue Darling  
    We are neither to go left or right from the straight and narrow road Jesus teachers us to travel. This article is mostly about the importance of balance in the spiritual life.

  12. ANGELS WATCHING SOLDIERS by Lewis E. Thomas  

  13. The Martyr-Hero Complex by Toni Babcock  
    In the body of Christ, it's important not to assign a feeling of worthlessness to others, while assuming a secret attitude of pride in ourselves.

  14. The Hat Pin People by Toni Babcock  
    Who are the hat pin people?

  15. Meet Gil and Skippy by Toni Babcock  
    "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God," (Ephesians 2:8 KJV).

    "Whatever emptiness you think your future may hold; whatever difficulty you're facing today or whatever loss you've endured in the past, I say to you never, never give up, only look up!"

  17. Religious Protests by Jerry Ousley  
    Part 2 of the 5 part series "If My People"

  18. THE ENTITLEMENT SLAVE by Lewis E. Thomas  

  19. Our Path by Sue Darling  
    Explaining a few things about wearing medals and things the correct way that does honour God. Explain a few more things about the Catholic way of doing things. Mostly about prayer.

  20. Directly to the Source by PamFord Davis  
    'He was, is and always will be the source of faith.'

  21. Two Tiny Words by PamFord Davis  
    'When reading the Bible, I frequently come across two tiny words; I pay big attention.'

  22. Don't Listen to the Lies by Sue Darling  
    We sometimes listen to thoughts that were been put in our minds that are not from us. For example God speaks to you or it is sometimes the devil.

  23. Highway to Hell by Shannon Coday  
    What happens when tragedy strikes all around you and you can't find truth? In the wake of the Orlando shootings, the Lord presents His case for perfect love to a dying world.

  24. The Man Behind the Stonewall by douglas batson  
    This 43-minute Civil War drama (viewable at www dot dhhill dot org, Copyright 2013) reveals the events that destined one Confederate general, Stonewall Jackson, for lasting fame, and relegated another, D.H. Hill, to the margins of history. Through an exchange of letters, based on Gen. Hill's actual correspondence, Mrs. Hill relates the joyous birth of her niece, Julia, Jackson's baby girl, as well as deteriorating conditions on North Carolina's home front.

    The acerbic General Hill resigns in frustration from the Army of Northern Virginia to reluctantly assume command in Goldsboro, NC. There, he assails his own inept officers, draft-dodgers, deserters, and unionists, but saves his most toxic contempt for his Yankee opponent. Only with the shocking death of Jackson does Hill exhibit his Christian piety and tenderness. To console her grieving husband, Mrs. Hill offers some astounding insight concerning both men, who were brothers-in-law.

  25. THE INHERITANCE OF THE BODY OF CHRIST by Jeremiah opusunju  
    It is important for us to be fully aware of our inheritance in Christ, as ignorant of our lots could deny us the pleasure of fulfillment in him.

  26. Root System by PamFord Davis  
    'Let's get to the root of the problem.' Interesting phrase

  27. Baptism in the Holy Spirit Is for New Christians by Max Aplin  
    Baptism in the Holy Spirit is intended for Christians from the time that they first become believers. The idea, found in some Pentecostal circles, that a Christian should aim to reach a level of spirituality where they are ready for Spirit baptism, is a mistake. If someone is a Christian, then he or she is ready for baptism in the Spirit. Traditional Pentecostal theology of Spirit baptism seems to have arisen from misinterpretation of genuine experiences of the Spirit.

  28. Religion Or A New Birth? by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Many people claim to be God's worshippers but the Lord does not know them. They are strangers to Him.

  29. Now I know by Olawale Ogunsola  
    In every hardship, there is a lesson to learn. This may be by the person bearing it or somebody else.

  30. Forgiven by PamFord Davis  
    'As LORD over death and the grave, He forgave me of all my sins.'

  31. While there is Life There is Hope by Sue Darling  
    When God judges the earth, people can still hope to be saved if they truly repent.

  32. A Fish I Am by Richard L. Provencher  
    In this surreal scene, I seek independence through the freedom of a fish. And the waterways add joy to my journey, in a Godly realm.

  33. Where Do I Belong? by stephanie reck defines belonging as something that belongs. I don't know your background, but did you get a sense that you belonged?

  34. Times of Refreshing by PamFord Davis  
    'Seeking times of refreshing, renewal and revival?'

  35. Everything by Richard L. Provencher  
    Stone-skipping can be very enjoyable. Where better than on the shore at Green Bay, New Brunswick?

  36. Saying That Christians Who Believe in Baptismal Forgiveness Are Heretics Is a Serious False Accusation by Max Aplin  
    It is quite often claimed that professing Christians who believe that God's standard way of doing things is to forgive the sins of new converts at baptism are heretics. However, if those who believe this are heretics, then as far as we know all professing Christians between 100 AD and about 1520 AD were heretics. This is hopelessly implausible, especially in view of the great things that the church was involved in between 100 AD and 500 AD.

  37. I Need You! by Steve Countryman  
    Admitting that you need God isn't a sign of weakness but of victory! Because when you're in over your head there is only One who can rescue you and His name is Jesus!

  38. Your Great Reward by louis gander  
    I said, "I had cried."
    Jesus asked, "Were you 'tried'?"

    I said, "I was used."
    Jesus asked, "Were you accused?"

    I said, "They were cheatin'."
    Jesus asked,"Were you beaten?"

    I said, "I was stripped."
    Jesus asked, "Were you whipped?"

    I said, "I was jailed."
    Jesus asked, "Were you nailed?"

    (read on to see the ending)

  39. Religious Predudice by Jerry Ousley  
    Part 1 of the 5 part series "If My People"

  40. Pity Me by PamFord Davis  
    'It was my worst ever hair day; a day of woe is me'

  41. Industrial Alumina Ceramic Plate Advantages by helen zhang  
    Industrial ceramic plate is the adoption of zirconia and alumina ceramic material molding and sintering.

    Industrial ceramic plate is usually adopt isostatic pressing or dry pressing molding process for the high temperature sintering, such as applications in aerospace, medical equipment, military machinery and other high-end fields

  42. Mission ceramic tube features by helen zhang  
    Ceramic tube main material is zirconia and alumina ceramic, they have high strength, good toughness, impact resistance, good weldability features.
    corundum porcelain high hardness, high wear resistance, corrosion resistance, good heat resistance, overcome the steel tube of low hardness, wear resistance is poor, and the characteristics of the ceramic toughness is poor.

  43. Alumina ceramic rod produce processing by helen zhang  
    Alumina ceramic rod and zirconia ceramic rod sintering method mainly through several parameters controll. include sintering process pressure, temperature and time.

  44. Sing Your Own Song to God by Sue Darling  
    Many people when they were a child were braver than as a adult, they would try things out and just had fun like making up your own songs. Most of us don't think we can but we all can, we just have to remember we don't have to be good at it, we just need to enjoy doing it for God.

  45. The Visitor by Richard L. Provencher  
    The sounds of a freight train in the sleep of night is both mysterious and exciting. It awakens a spirit of adventure as we wonder about its destination.

  46. How should Christians view the recent events in Orlando? by Robert Driskell  
    There has been much heat, and not much light, generated around the recent horrific events in Orlando. These are some of my thoughts on the subject. Hopefully, they are biblically balanced and loving.

  47. Down on the Farm by PamFord Davis  
    'Maybe we cannot tune out noise and distractions but we can worship the LORD.'

  48. All religions say DO. Christianity says DONE. by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Every law of God is for our benefit, not God's. Every EVIL committed demands eternal justice. When God forgives (saves us), God pays the penalty for the sinner. Man can never save himself by rituals, religions, or by anything which man can devise or do. Man needs a SAVIOR, willing to SUFFER for him. Incredible? It's true, Old Boy.

  49. Law and Disorder in the Life of King David by Cate Russell-Cole  
    This article will help you understand the ancient culture of David's time in relation to marriage, murder, slavery, and the position of Kings. It's essential reading to understand what occurred with Bathsheba, Absalom and King David and has been carefully researched.

  50. From Creation to Cross by Alan Allegra  
    You don't need a telescope or video to understand God's greatness; you only need to open the pages of the Bible and read about the love of God in that immeasurable little cross so long ago!

  51. BACK STABBER 2 by Lewis E. Thomas  

  52. The Comparison Game by Ken Barnes  
    Egotism seemed to set a pattern for Saul's life. He sought the applause of people rather than the approval of God.

  53. Appetizer by PamFord Davis  
    'During his lifetime, Abraham was blessed by God. In faith, he waited for a far better home.'

  54. MASS SHOOTINGS/MURDERS by Lewis E. Thomas  

  55. Healing From Co-Dependency by stephanie reck  
    What is Co-Dependency?

    Co-Dependency is a bondage to please other people. Co-Dependents allow another person's behavior to affect them, and other people's problems to become their problems. They look for ways to try and fix and solve other people's problems. Co-dependents are by nature a helper and a "fixer."

  56. Too Early, Too Late, Help by Richard L. Provencher  
    Growing a garden in a mining town in northern Quebec is extremely challenging. Rock and cold weather are not the best of friends. Now let's try developing one in southern Ontario, where the soil is rich and the weather is almost perfect. Right?

  57. Marked for the Master by PamFord Davis  
    'The redeemed are marked for the Master.'

  58. Not All Who Call Jesus Lord, Will Enter the Kingdom of Heaven by Sue Darling  
    Not everybody understands what is a practising Christians looks like.

  59. A Fact of Faith by PamFord Davis  
    'What's his is hers and vice versa.'

  60. Science Has Caught Up With Some of The Things in Our Holy bible by Sue Darling  
    The Bible has always been important Book for research work.

  61. Trees Come Together by Richard L. Provencher  
    Rocky mountain flavour in British Columbia is a favourite tourist destination. The majesty, and natural beauty such a lure to capture one's attention.

  62. This Work Ethic Will Make Every Employer Smile by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    This article tells the true story of a Christian gentleman (known to the writer) who adopted a work ethic consistent with his Christian values.

  63. Your Kids Carry Seeds Of Greatness; Do Not Give Up On Them by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    No kid should be looked down upon because of his or her current state. Kids carry seeds of greatness.

  64. What Great Achievers Do That The Mediocre Do Not by Daniel Dela Dunoo  
    Persistence in the face of monumental challenges is essential for great accomplishment. The world`s greats persevere in the pursuit of their goals and aspirations. The mediocre quit when the going gets tough.

  65. On a Glory Morning by Richard L. Provencher  
    So many are on their knees each day, praying for you and I. This encouragement in our lives provides the fire of life so we may move forward in achieving success.

  66. In the Early Church Was It Only Apostles Who Laid on Hands for Christians to Receive the Spirit? by Max Aplin  
    There are some who argue in this way: In the early church, only apostles laid hands on new Christians for them to receive the Holy Spirit; because there are no apostles today, there is no longer any place for laying on hands when Christians first receive the Spirit. However, firstly, even if it were the case that only apostles laid on hands for this purpose in the early church, we would expect others to take over this practice once they had died. And secondly, there is in fact good evidence that in the early church non-apostles often laid on hands for Christians to receive the Spirit.

  67. Should Laying on of Hands Accompany Christian Water Baptism? by Max Aplin  
    The Bible quite strongly suggests that in the early church a common way in which new Christians first received the Holy Spirit was through the laying on of hands, and that this may well have been the usual way. There is no good reason for thinking that God wants to do things differently today. Those churches that do not lay hands on new Christian converts should re-evaluate their practice.

  68. The Master Poet by louis gander  
    If, on this paper, I could pen
    just one of God's creations, then,
    it'd prove to all, His mighty hand -
    His miracles on sea and land.

  69. The Hammer and the Nail by Don Pedal  
    As we look at the world around us it is so easy to get discouraged and feel, "what is the use --- what difference does it make." The Hammer and the Nail will strengthen and encourage you as you meet the daily challenges of life.

  70. The Lord is the Light of Your Life, Volume 46 6/10/16 by JP Timpano by JOSEPH-PAUL (JP) TIMPANO  
    Christian encouragement for your daily life. Don't be afraid of the dark. The Lord is empowering you to walk through the fire!

  71. No Condemnation by Jerry Ousley  
    Part 2 of the series "If I've Been Set Free from Sin ..."

  72. Heart of a Pastor by PamFord Davis  
    'As undershepherds of Jesus' flock, they bear a heavy burden.'

  73. I'm No Longer a People-Pleaser! by stephanie reck  
    Most people have an insecurity about saying, "No" to people and their requests. We do not want to let people down, or we do not want people to think badly of us.

    There is not the slightest shred of real evidence in existence to support any claims of millions, billions or trillions of years for the age of the Earth. All of this is just a direct lie, a colossal hoax, to destroy your faith in God, to eliminate in your mind Father God as Creator.

  75. If So Inclined by PamFord Davis  
    'Prone to ponder perilous times?'

  76. FILLING STATIONS by Lewis E. Thomas  

  77. God's People Shall Pray And God Will Heal Their Land by Ngozi Nwoke  
    Do you know that Christians will be held responsible for the state of their nations, whether good or bad? Man was given dominion to subdue the earth, which he lost after the fall of Adam, but was restored back through Jesus Christ and now in the hands of believing Christians. The exercise of this dominion or lack of its exercise determines the happenings around us. This article emphasizes the position of Christians in the affairs of their nations.

  78. Not All Bad Situations Are Actually Bad by Ngozi Nwoke  
    Have you given up? Bad situations are real, but what's more real is that it is not meant to consume you! Whatever situation you may be in now that is gloomy, rejoice for the end of the tunnel is at the corner and it opens to a bright and mouth-watering future. This article is emphasizing the need for you to swim over every situation for your better tomorrow.

  79. Capsules for Enjoying Long Life by Ngozi Nwoke  
    Do you desire long life? It is the will of God for you to enjoy long life. The Lord promised to satisfy whoever loves Him with long life and to fulfil the number of his days. There are daily capsules that will enable you to live long. This article tells you more about these capsules.

  80. Examine Yourself - Are You Poor Before God? by Ngozi Nwoke  
    What is more important-how people see you or how God sees you? Many people are desperate to be wealthy but are not even concerned about how God sees them. They forget that He made them and that He will be there on judgment day. This article emphasizes the importance of being rich before God

  81. Gratitude Is A Good Attitude by Olawale Ogunsola  
    How often do you show Gratitude? It is an attitude you must cultivate.

  82. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  83. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  84. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  85. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  86. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  87. Four Steps Towards A Perfect Miracle by Olawale Ogunsola  
    You can receive a perfect and lasting Miracle. Take the right steps.

  88. Be Aware by PamFord Davis  
    'Society allows women of my age the eccentric mix of red hats and purple dresses.'

  89. Who Gets the Credit for Your Achievements? (Thoughts on Psalm 21) by Wayne Davies  
    When you reflect on your accomplishments, who gets the credit?

  90. Some People are Called to Stay Behind by Sue Darling  
    I believe there are at least two raptures. One at the beginning of the Great Tribulation and the other at the end. I believe most Christians will miss out on the first because they were not as obedient as they should of been. But some because God has specially chosen them to stay back and help out, with the many confuse Christians that are left behind.

  91. Pillars in the Pews by PamFord Davis  
    'Many of our old Southern plantation homes feature stately white pillars on the edifice. They are impressive. Far more impressive are tributes to men and women who were pillars in their churches.'

  92. Is Planet Earth Actually Hell? by Jim Schicatano  
    Hell on Earth? What if planet Earth is actually hell itself? It might answer many age-old questions.

  93. Daylight and Evening Sense by Richard L. Provencher  
    A contemporary poem where people and places are meaningful as a couple enjoys their shopping trip. And a perfect end to their adventure is prayers at night

  94. In the Shadows by Richard L. Provencher  
    Prayer is a powerful force and when immersed in its protection, you can be a blessing to others. Prayer equals faith and this duo leads to a life of fulfillment.

  95. Be Praised! by PamFord Davis  
    'David did not restrict praise to private encounters with God.'

  96. Today Is The Best Day To Come Your Way by chuma obum  
    Don't miss out on the opportunities available to you today because of the fond memories of yesterday or sweet dreams of tomorrow. Here is why...

  97. The Beaten Path by Richard L. Provencher  
    This hurley-burley world can easily drain your energy if you allow it, so I seek solace in a natural way. Tenting has always been a means of relaxation for me and this recounting of one of my weekends comes alive in this story.

  98. More than Conquerors by Toni Babcock  
    Never confuse the rest of faith with the rest of doing nothing when we ought to be doing something.

  99. Christian Teachers and Evangelists Should Speak Often about Hell by Max Aplin  
    The New Testament contains many references to hell, and the person who can be found teaching most about it is Jesus Himself. Christian teachers and evangelists should refer frequently to this subject, although often there will be no need to paint a vivid portrait of the sufferings involved. The existence of hell does not conflict with the love of God.

  100. Season's Advent by Richard L. Provencher  
    Commercial fishing in Nova Scotia is a primary industry. The lure of the sea is not only a tradition but an exciting career.

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